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Spooky deals, 'Fallout Day' sales & more!
We have quite a few backwards compatible classics on offer this week! Thanks to the ongoing Shocktober sale and this week's Fallout Day discounts, there are lots of old school games and DLC packs available on the cheap right now. <related ids="157377,157318"> As a result, we've rounded up all of the...
Will we see an update?
So, this is an interesting one! Shortly after the launch of Red Dead Redemption on PlayStation platforms, Rockstar has sneakily added a 60FPS option for PS5 users. Yep, as of version 1.03, PS5 owners playing through PS4 backwards compatibility can enjoy Red Dead at 60FPS - marking the very first time that this game has been...
Marston's back, baby
Rockstar's new Red Dead Redemption port has officially landed on PlayStation 4, which means we finally have some footage of that version to compare to the Xbox backwards compatible edition. In short, every release looks pretty similar here, and we have no issues sticking to the old 360 version on Xbox. Up above, you can watch a...
Rockstar's classic holds up pretty well
There's been lots of talk about how Xbox handles backwards compatibility since yesterday's Red Dead Redemption announcement, and now videos are starting to trickle out comparing the new Nintendo Switch version to the 2010 classic running on Xbox hardware. Up above you can see how
We don't need to pay $50 to play
So, Rockstar dropped a new release announcement earlier today in typical Rockstar fashion - completely out of the blue while throwing everyone off in the meantime. Yep, the GTA and RDR developer has announced a new port of the first Red Dead Redemption for PS4 and Nintendo Switch, while an Xbox version is curiously...
Thanks to backwards compatibility
The big news of today is that Rockstar Games is officially releasing a port of the 2010 classic Red Dead Redemption for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on August 17th, but it won't be coming to Xbox for a very good reason. Of course, the reason is that Red Dead Redemption is already backwards compatible on Xbox...
Is John Marston making a return?
There have been rumours floating around now for a number of years about John Marston making a return in a possible remaster of Rockstar's original Red Dead Redemption game. Just last month, there was a Korean rating board listing a new version of the wild west open-world action title, and in the latest development,...
We're getting the gang back together, DUTCH
Last year was full of Red Dead Redemption rumours, including potential next-gen versions of both games in the series, before subsequent reports claimed that any such remasters were halted for Rockstar to focus on GTA 6. Well, the series is back in the limelight again, with r
Whether that be a remaster or something new
It's no secret at this point that Rockstar is all hands on deck with GTA 6. The developer recently began winding down support for Read Dead Online to facilitate development on the next GTA, and reportedly even shot down some remaster efforts
"Remasters of GTA IV & RDR1 were on the table a few years ago"
Update: Following this report, Kotaku has weighed in with a report of its own, revealing that as per its sources, Rockstar has "shelved all remakes" following the poor performance of GTA Trilogy, and is focusing on GTA 6 instead. Read More:
America, 1911. The Wild West is dying. When federal agents threaten his family, former outlaw John Marston is forced to pick up his guns again and hunt down the gang of criminals he once called friends.